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the president -- president has talked repeatedly about warren buffett not paying their rate as the secretary. fix it. make capital gains 15 or the income tax 15. we can work out a number but make it flat to make it fair you hear people say i want it fair but they cannot tell you what the fair share is. you give them the numbers of the top 1 percent making 13 percent of the many that paying 39% of the taxes the eyes crossover but is it fair with everybody paid the same rate across the board? they say yes. i think americans are ready. john: i am skeptical providing most would say warren buffett has billions of dollars, he should pay more than i do. >> that is absolutely right to. he should pay more. john: i need a higher percentage. >> that would be progressive and that plays into people's jealousy. i don't want to go after millionaire's more than anyone else. we need a flat tax. people don't mind if you would see they don't have all the deductions and wiggle room and would be in the same position as everyone else. john: when you talk about the flat tax you talk about getting rid of deductions
warren buffett not payng their rate as the secretary. fix it. make capital gains 15 or the income tax 15. we can work out a number but make it flat to make it fair you hear people say i want it fair but they cannot tell you what the fair share is. you give them the numbers of the top 1 percent making 13 percent of the many that paying 39% of the taxes the eyes crossover but is it fair with everybody paid the same rate across the board? they say yes. i think americans are ready. john: i am skeptical providing most would say warren buffett has billions of dollars, he should pay more than i do. >> that is absolutely right to. he should pay more. john: i need a higher percentage. >> that would be progressive and that plays into people's jealousy. i don't want to go after millionaire's more than anyone else. we need a flat tax. people don't mind if you would see they don't have all the deductions and wiggle room and would be in the same position as everyone else. john: when you talk about the flat tax you talk about getting rid of deductions and just keep charity and mortgage interest deducti
. training personnel to be in railroad careers. you may have heard about one that warren buffett bought. we have long term careers in the business. most of the majority of our employees can walk are bike to work. and what it does by having employees live locally it seriously cuts down on the carbon footprint. we launch in the neighborhood of the bay point. the port has a requirement that local businesses use at least 60 percent truckers. virtually all the truckers we use live locally. we feel that our success should be a success shared by the community. we continue to support construction projects in the area and we're working with the port staff on iron ore. they announced down at pier 48 they're extremely interested in shipping by rail from the port. we're working closely with them. we feel we have a very, very bright future. i started my career here in 70. i coordinated with the port and at that time, there was a person named jean who was the exclusive director and i've known many people and the board of supervisors knows this is a dream team staff you have. you have a fantastic staff an
and the worst one here on the floor of the new york stock exchange. back to you. liz: so warren buffett isn't the only one looking to get an old-fashioned newspaper on your doorstep. when he was a kid he was a newspaper delivery guy. i don't even want to tell you how pathetic i was. i practice, but i threw out a first pitch at an angels game. here she goes. it went into the planter. who is looking to bet big on print. budget cuts not mean you have to budget extra time if you're planning to fly. look at those airline screens. many of them stayed late. which airlines will it impact the most? you need to see it if you're interested in airline stocks and if you travel. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... inverything from the bes experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history. we're making it. liz: the power mover of the hours giving in
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for across the nation to ormoc, neb. throw wild and information filled weekend with warren. warren buffett to mark your calendars because a week from monday at 9:30 a.m. eastern in a fox business live exclusive, i am hosting a joint interview with warren buffett, berkshire hathaway vice chair and bill gates, the chairman of microsoft. plus, who is that question mark? is a mystery guest. but its business is the only place you will see this amazing conversation. we don't just talk about berkshire hathaway. it is always and is making our. live from the hilton with the unbelievable guests all they want. everybody plus warren buffett's three adult kids to wallow i tell -- call them the kids. the closing bell in 15 minutes. more fallout. casey mg partners. how the charges might be affecting business. we have the latest. you know what that means. asante their body and your portfolio in shape. we take you to your portfolio boot camp by cutting the extra black man flat and weight and replace it with some extra solid muscle coming up next. we will teach you how. set to end. ♪ thank you orville and
investors out there or people like warren buffett products of the favorable market conditions? pimco's bill gross is making bold statements about himself and other legendary investors today in his new "man in the mirror" piece. we'll hear from gross and find out what other heavy hitters say about that. >> it's very interesting. and we get ahead of the dividend curve with five stocks the that are likely to hike their dividends wbig-time in the future, this year. our special guest reveals the names that are most likely to put more cash in your pocket soon with bigger payouts. >> and later, don't miss my exclusive interview with former treasury secretary, paul o'neill. we'll find out what he says is the number one risk to this market and economy. is it north korea or is it something else? join us with paul o'neill, coming up. welcome to the new new york state. what's the "new" in the new new york? a new property tax cap... and the lowest middle class income tax rate in 60 years... and a billion dollars in tax breaks and incentives. new opportunities for business. can were created over the last
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into the business of dictating what a news operation should do, what does that tell you about warren buffett, who is equally as left wing and who has put in $344 million in the last year, i believe it is, buying newspapers as well. what do you say about the solesburg family, the graham family request with the "washington post." ted turner and cnn. bloomberg and bloomberg? the list is endless. but this is free speech liberal style, which is to say liberals have free speech, conservatives don't. >> steve, what do you say to that? >> first of all, i think it's funny that brent wants to somehow prevent people who are working these newspapers from exercising their freedom of association, and freedom of speech, and their freedom to work somewhere else. for some reason, brent doesn't think they ought to have that right. and they shouldn't threaten to do something if they don't like the owner. so that's very interesting, brent. but secondly, you know, this is really about the perception of the newsroom itself and whether they're going to believe in professional journalism or not. >> what gives you -- wha
. highlighting mitt romney's 14.1%. and citing warren buffett who said that he pays a lower effective rate than his secretary. the white house has proposed a minimum effective tax. the buffett tax for those earning more than a million dollars. president obama and mitt romney are playing a lower tax rate. ronnie and buffett paid a lower capital gains rate. the president lowers his tax burden, taking advantage of deductions. a quarter of his income goes to charity. he deducted $45,000 worth of interest payments and 519-dollar deduction for office expenses among others. president obama in the white house say they want the president to pay more in taxes, which is thoroughly outlined in his budget proposal. gerri: what were history of other nations like? >> the biden's made $385,000. charity would be seven grand. gerri: okay, thank you, rich. have a great weekend. in another story we have been following, mother nature causing major damage across the country over the last few days. a storm brought down trees and power lines across the southeast. as much of the midwest got dumped on with snow and ice.
, complete coverage and you can pay a lot in taxes. see if you paid a higher rate than warren buffett secretary. that's coming up. this is $100,000. we asked total strangersto . thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. gerri: president obama releasing his tax return. the first family reported their lowest income and all of their time in the white white house. let's go to rich edson with more details. >> , yes, much less than 2009. the obama is pulled in $5.5 million mostly from president obama spoke. an adjusted gross income of $608,000. an effective tax rate of 18.4%. democrats made expects the tax rate a central issue musters election. highlighting mitt romney's 14.1%. and citing warren buffett who said that he pays a lower effective rate than his secretary. the white house has proposed a minimum effective tax. the buffett tax for those earning more than a million dollars. president oba
with cramer. >>> coming up, bank on buffett? warren buffett's berkshire hathaway has been minting money for veinvestors up over 30%. but can it go higher? cramer is putting investments to the test when he goes "off the charts". and later, upper crust? domino's pizza delivered a piping hot quarter today, and investors sent its shares higher. but is all this good news baked in, or is there still time for you to take a bite? don't miss cramer's exclusive with the ceo just ahead. all coming up on "mad money." >>> don't miss a second of "mad money." follow @jimcramer on twitter. have a question? tweet cramer, #madtweets. send jim an e-mail at cnbc.com or give us a call at 1-800-743-cnbc. miss something? head to madmoney@cnbc.com. >>> when it comes to sexy, sure, there's the kate uptons or the bradley coopers of the world. and they're all right. but on wall street, they're sexy and there's sexy! ♪ ♪ i know you want it ♪ good girl ♪ yeah, right here, nothing as sexy as warren buffett! smoke show! everybody thinks the guy is brilliant, including myself. that's why 35,000 people will mak
cross at 10:30 cet. >>> and find out why the warren buffett china thinks the middle class is the key to the country's survival. >> i'm looking forward to that one, in fact. and as italy taps a new prime minister, find out what that leader could mean for markets. we'll be live in rome shortly. it is all about spain, though, this morning. and a mixed bag of earnings for spanish banks. the country's biggest lender, san tabbeder post add 20% drop in net profit coming in shy of forecasts. meanwhile, bango santander and caixabank saw returns to profits. santander swung from a record loss in 2012. let's get straight out to stephane pedrazzi following ought of this for us. what's the message here? >> all the banks are facing the same problem. they're in recession for the second consecutive year. their bad loan ratio is rising as a result of the economic prices and they're also facing some lower interest rates which in terms of profitability. but the surprise this morning came from santander because it's much different. it has a limited exposure to the spanish market. it's only 15% of its tot
are getting involved now so this could be a real critical mass period in our history. > > absolutely. warren buffett has put 4 billion dollars into solar projects in california and now mosaic lets individuals do the same thing. > > billy parish from mosaic thanks so much. thank you bill, still ahead....could april showers bring may profits? we'll get a check up on crops, right after this. it's the most wonderful time of the year for corn planting.but its a wet week and that's delaying what could be the beginning of the biggest bumper crop of corn since the 1930's. jack scoville joins us---where are we in terms of the crop insurance threshold for planting? > >really this is normally the time of year when the farmerjust begins to plant anyway so the crop insurance threshold is several weeks off. it's not something that we're worried about right now. > > would you be worried if you were a farmer about frost at this point? > >that's more of a possibility, especially conisdering the size of the system that's moving across. i know that that was a concern with wheat prices here on monday when wheat
. - you are telling me about how warren buffett, with all of his billions, he doesn't even pay estate tax. it is amazing how there are apparently so many loopholes involved. - they're not even loopholes. they are all right out in front in the tax code that people can take advantage of. you have 6000 pages in the tax code, they don't want people to find out, but i know where all these provisions are, and everyone can take advantage if they really want to. - that's why we have to hire estate tax lawyers. all right steven, thank you so much. - thanks bill. thank you bill. still ahead, why analysts are feeling bullish ahead of goldman sachs earnings. plus, what analysts can already tell about next quarter's bank profits. goldman sachs is the latest bank to report first-quarter earnings. analysts estimate shares will be up from earlier consensus to $3.75. however, revenues are predicted to fall 19% from last year. yesterday, citigroup reported earnings that rose 30% in the first quarter, exceeding analysts' expectations. profits totaled $3.8 billion. simliar to other banks, citigroup has been
on your buy list? - a name like conocophillips has come down as well, certainly that is a warren buffett name. chevron hasn't really come in too much as a higher p/e and higher yield, so that is a stock i would probably be a little bit cautious, but certainly conoco would be another big name that i would look to be adding at these levels, and certainly on any further pullback. - good to have you on the show this morning. thank you tim biggam of trading block. - you bet. thank you angie. the time has come for us to say so long for now, but coming up on monday, the real reasons why so many americans are afraid of the stock market. from all of us at first business, have a great weekend!
of the most popular and well attended meetings is berkshire hathaway, warren buffett's company. next saturday. >> you will be there. >> 40,000 people as well will be attending it, it's huge. all coming to hear what the oracle of omaha has to pay. >> happy shareholders, most of the time. >> have a great trip. >> coming up, four stocks at this week's market monitor says you should own right now. but, first, a look at how international markets fared today. >> we talked about it a lot on yesterday's program. congress working to reach a deal on airport travel delay because of sequester cuts. today the house followed suit to the senate's plan. giving a green light for the department of transportation to use unused funds for air traffic controllers furloughed. clear howuickly the furloughs workers will be back on the job full time. shares were mostly higher on the day. >>> also higher today, dr horton, that's where we begin today's market focus. shares surged after the company reported second-quarter earnings and revenue well above expectations. and the nation's largest home builder earned 32 cents
was $190 million. this takes bill gates and warren buffett who have $30 million, $50 million and puts them to shame. washington was an interesting character because as president of the united states he was the richest president we ever had. but i want to talk about rockefeller and talk about rockefeller's death because it was not quite what he was hoping. he hoped he would live to be 100 and he made it to 97. and there was the whole question of how to lay him to rest, this is very rich man. his favorite place was right here in florida and that is where he spent most of his final years suppose there was a small sort of -- he was taken in a casket to his home on the shores of the hudson river built for him by his son. a far grander place than he wanted to be, but nonetheless he did spend time fair and so there was a service there with organs playing softly, in his music room and after is that, he was loaded on a train again to be taken, his body, to cleveland, ohio where he began his business career and he was buried there next to his mother and his wife, and i am sure within the family ther
tonight do you want to invest, like warren buffett? there is an application for that. it is called by-billionaire, and it plays to help you invest. perhaps make you one yourself. that is the promise. it is available to download through the itunes store very popular, supposed to attract money moves of ten billionaire investors including warren buffett, carlcahn, david einhorn and compares your portfolios and offers you in it -- advice. if you want the same returns as billionaires' banality have to buy the same stocks or investments that they do, but you have to get them at the same straight to the price. this application does not have real-time access to up portfolio changes but gets its data from fcc filings, so if your hoping to become a billionaire overnight, you know the answer. forget it. that's my "2 cents more". ibillionaire, i can dream. coming up tomorrow, the business of taxes. your last minute tax tips as we head to the final week of tax season
as the -- berkshire hathaway, look, everyone loves to talk about warren buffett. and i said this going in, realistically. warren buffett is not going to pay a dividend out. he wants to buy back stock. his predecessor is not going to have all the same luxuries that warren has. whoever replaces mr. buffett down the road is not going to be able to keep preaching that america's greatest days are ahead. and they're not going to get to ride that coattail of building up the biggest empire that's been seen in the last 50 years. so, realistically, that'll happen when a predecessor, when a successor comes in for mr. buffett. that's realistically when that'll happen. >> what about the other -- what about the others? what, as far as ebay? >> yeah. ebay, united continental, bed bath & beyond. >> yeah, united continental, it's such a unique story. it's almost like the gold miners saying, we're going to pay dividends, but we're only going to pay themselves as long as the price of gold is high. so for an airline, they have to fund it out ofç their cash flo as opposed to eating into their balance sheet,
interested investors, but it's kind of like the warren buffett style of buying, if you buy a gm or a ford, they've already kind of taken their lumps. right now, they're very profitable. we have pent-up demand. we have -- we were coming out of a recession. we have -- they've got the infrastructure built. they have the broad product lines, whereas tesla doesn't really have that. and i really anticipate, you're just buying low right now. >> all right, guys, we'll leave it there. we'll keep checking back on this very important story and interesting to watch the developments certainly on that electric car. gentleman, thank you very much. we'll see you soon. who knew china was so delicate? not the dishes, the nation! the big studios are changing movies to keep china happy. and apple practically on bending knees apologizing to the chinese. how far should u.s. businesses go to make sure china's communist government doesn't shut them out? we'll debate this touchy issue. >>> and then with college costs going up, out of control, really, is a four-year degree still worth it? more and more debating th
. the ceo of warren buffett's business wire news services is not so happy about it. she'll join us next to explain why it could give some investors an unfair advantage. stay with us. >>> welcome back. the securities and exchange commission ruffling some feathers with its new policy on social media. the s.e.c. saying it is okay for a company to use sites like twitter or facebook to release key information, as long as they tell investors in advance which social media tool platform they'll be using. >> this all came up, you may remember, when netflix ceo reed hastings got into some hot water last summer, in july, after posting monthly viewership results on his facebook page rather than in an s.e.c. filing or as part of a news release. >> the s.e.c. says that hastings is now in the clear. warren buffett does not agree. his business wire firm, which puts out press releases and regulatory disclosures, has some real concerns about this new ruling. joining us right now to talk about it is the president and ceo of business wire, kathy baron tamraz. thank you so much for joini ini us. >> nice to
are in a position to contribute more do contribute more. and when we have a tax code that warren buffett complains that he pays a higher tax rate -- excuse me, that his secretary pays a higher tax rate than he does, there's something fundamentally wrong with our tax code. >> but that's been -- you're mixing apples and oranges. that's because warren buffett is not taking income, obviously. and, you know, he's got his tax -- >> he's gaming the system. >> because he's got, you know, taxes on his investments, whereas his secretary is getting an income and she's paying income taxes. so that's apples and oranges. and that's been going on from day one when the president started his tenure four years ago. so how come the president hasn't changed that already? >> well, the president has been as opposed opposed to this from the beginning. >> but he's the president. how hasn't he changed it? >> as you know, maria, we have a constitutional system that makes congress make the law and the president sign it. we're making a lot of progress, digging out of the hole the president came into office with. we've added
francis and here's "who made money today". warren buffett, berkshire hathaway owns a significant slice of mastercard. mastercard stock hit a record high today, climbing nearly 2%. buffett owns 405,000 shares of the company. that means he netted a one-day gain of $4.2 million. not bad. getting money today, apple. it sold $17 billion worth of bond. it's the largest non-bank bond deal in history. apple is planning to give $100 billion back to shareholders by the end of 2015. the bond sale will help finance it. those shareholders are not complaining today. the record bond sale helped apple's stock climb 3% the. >>> also making money, richard schulze. he is founder of best buy. best buy sold off its business interests in europe. shares soared 7%. the schultz owns a 20% stake in the company. that means he score ad gain of $125.5 million today. what. even when they say it's not, it is always about money. melissa: all right our top story tonight, talk about some serious economic mood swings? some big data points coming in today. consumer sentiment index shot up in april. home prices soared to
. they met warren buffett, but after buying lehman brothers and losing big, they made some changes. >> we have put in stop loss orders. >> no stock has them as divided as apple. >> i'm bearish on buying more apple. >> i feel like sometimes we sell too soon. >> keep it. and buy more. >> now as the markets hit new highs, many clubs are trying to figure out what strategy to use. the women believe the market is due for a correction. the club in chicago agrees. >> the market is priced to perfection. >> even when they think it's topped -- >> it's going parabolic. >> you have to wonder. for "nightly business report," jane wells, los angeles. >>> it's no longer take me out to the ball game. you can take the ball game with you wherever you go. a major business for major league baseball. but first, let's look at the commodities and the treasuries traded today. >>> the sport revels in the past like baseball, now major league baseball is finding real money, its real moneymaker is in the future. as brian shactman tells us the future is now. >> throw that pitch. >> opening day at mlb advance media. the
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